I quit wow a little under two years ago due to various reasons, mainly my shitty computer. But when I quit I sabotaged everything I could about my account to help ward off feelings of wanting to play again. I gave away/deleted everything on my characters and changed my battle.net email to a random email I made but have forgotten. I also changed the password to my battle.net account and email to a series of random characters I copy/pasted. I've been working and doing good in school lately and have had a lot of free time. So this summer I wanted to get back into wow instead of playing a bunch of retarded flash games online.
My question is, what all will I be able to get back? Will I be able to recover my battle.net account at all? If so, will I then be able to get my old toons back? I don't know if there's an expiration date on info for deleted characters or not. If so, will I be able to get the professions back that I deleted? Also, will I be able to get ANY of my items back? I turned everything I could into gold or enchanting mats and don't expect to get those back. But what about things like tabards?
If I do start playing again I wanted to transfer my toons to a different realm. I want to change my main's name, faction, and realm. Would I have to pay separately for all three, or do some of them come together, like faction/realm change?
My last question is, do you think it's worth it to come back? Firelands looks like it's gonna be pretty epic in my opinion; but I haven't played since TOC came out and don't know if all the old problems with the game are still as strong as ever. Is there enough new good to outweigh the old bad?